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February 29th, 2024
L&T Opinions Page
A SECOD OPINION, The Los Angeles Times   The Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that the third iteration of President Trump’s travel ban on people from several mostly Muslim countries was facially neutral and that the government had “set forth a sufficient national security justification” for the...

L&T Publisher Earl Watt   Sunday, a significant event took place in Mexico that may be the first step in a much-needed revolutionary change to that country’s economy. A left leaning candidate who promised to bring about change was elected president. Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, who is...

GUEST COLUMN, Dick Morris   The federal Bureau of Economic Analysis announced this week that the earning of workers in the durable manufacturing sector rose 12.2 percent compared with the same period last year. It was the biggest gain of any of the 24 industries tracked by the...

OUR OPINION, L&T staff   The Liberal City Commission seems to be willing to revisit a number of policies and see whether or not past decisions have actually been a benefit to our community. One they may want to reconsider is the ban on single wide mobile homes. When recruiting...

LETTER TO THE EDITOR, Starley Craig   In the edition of the paper Sunday, June 24, a statement by LHS principal is printed. It sounds OK, but read carefully, says nothing at all and in fact is the lead-in to a long article full of carefully worded nothingness — impossible to conceive or...

A SECOND OPINION, The Manhattan Mercury   For many years, local retailers have operated with a disadvantage: They have to collect sales tax from their customers, while online competitors don’t. That means online outlets could basically offer the same thing as a local store with a 9 percent...

GUEST COLUMN, Larry Phillips, Kismet   The most twisted bait-and-switch campaign against the American people is working. That is the double standards of the progressive leftists and their puppet-masters, the Lame Stream Media. The bait-and-switch?  Bury news about the IG’s report on...

A SECOND OPINION, The Wichita Eagle   The 8-foot fence winds 500 feet around the playground at Adams Elementary, the entrances closed off by heavy chains and padlocks. There is no summer joy on this playground equipment. The Wichita school district made that decision 18 months ago after...

OUR OPINION, L&T staff   Tuesday night, the Liberal City Commission backpedaled on their commitment to being more transparent with more community engagement when they abruptly halted the search for the next city manager and instead offered the job to interim Cal Burke. We aren’t saying...

GUEST COLUMN, Star Parker   On May 22, 1856, Representative Preston Brooks entered the floor of the United States Senate, approached abolitionist Senator Charles Sumner, and beat the senator with a cane, almost taking his life. Brooks was provoked by a passionate anti-slavery speech that...

GUEST COLUMN, Kim Baldwin, Kansas Farm Bureau

 

The winter months for many Kansas farmers and ranchers [ ... ]

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MY PERSPECTIVE, Gary Damron

 

As we've reviewed individual letters of several authors of the New [ ... ]

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